When I manually run the Cisco User Data Dump, it creates the report without any issues. When I try to schedule the task or if I run it from the command line, "E:\Program Files (x86)\Cisco Systems\Unity Connection\User Data Dump\Unity Connection User Data Dump.exe" /Silent=[xx.xx.xx.xx], the file is created but never get data. I followed the instructions about saving the configuration, I checked enable to run whether logged in or off, highest privilege, the startup directory is E:\Program Files (x86)\Cisco Systems\Unity Connection\User Data Dump and I am in the administrative group. The request just seems to hang and waiting for some input. Is there any other line commands I can use or is there another "hidden" or non-published setting that I need to do?
If I look at the task scheduler, the Last Run Results say "The task is currently running (0x41301)".
There are cases/situations where we have to configure custome CPTONE to resolve FXO disconnect issue. Following are situations which can arise due to FXO disconnect issue:
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SymptomsI’m doing a factory reset on the mobile board and it’s giving me the same issues that I wasn’t able to also send over last time. It says that it can’t connect to the server because of a firewall (we don’t have one) and then sometimes it...